Category Archives: neurogenetics

Researchers identify three previously unknown neuronal types in the inner ear.

The ear is the sensory organ of hearing and balance in mammals, and is usually described as having three parts, namely, the outer ear, middle ear and the inner ear.  When sound reaches the inner ear, it is converted into electrical signals which are relayed to the brain via the ear’s nerve cells in the cochlea. Previously, most of these cells

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